Franklin D. Roosevelt's Address On Accepting The Four Freedoms Award, 10-12-1944
"This is a sound recording of President Roosevelt's address on accepting the Four Freedoms Award, presented by the Italian-American Labor Council. In it, he said: 'The American Army--including thousands of Americans of Italian descent--entered Italy not as conquerors, but as liberators. Their objective is military, not political. When that military objective is accomplished--and much of it has not yet been accomplished--the Italian people will be free to work out their own destiny, under a government of their own choosing.'"
National Archives Identifier: 2326476